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NAPA helps BC Ferries join the e-log revolution

NAPA Logbook makes routines easier, increases transparency, and decreases workload and human error Helsinki, Finland – 24 June 2019 – NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider, today announced that its industry-benchmark electronic logbook, NAPA Logbook, has been chosen by BC Ferries as a fleet-wide standard solution. As the world’s leading provider […]

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Carnival Corporation and NAPA sign extension to service and product agreement for all Carnival brands

Helsinki, Finland – 8 April, 2019 NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider has today announced a comprehensive service and product agreement extension with Carnival Corporation, the world’s biggest cruise company with a combined fleet of more than 100 vessels across 9 cruise line brands. This covers comprehensive services for the onboard […]

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Bored of paperwork? Join the revolution of electronic logbooks!

By Mikko Forss, Sales Director, Americas, NAPA Ltd. What item can be found onboard all modern ships that’s basically unchanged since the earliest days of commercial shipping? Well, there’s a few answers. But the most common one is traditional paper logbooks. They’ve lasted a long time for good reasons. They’re robust, well known by the […]

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Download NAPA Logbook brochure

Download the NAPA Logbook brochure for more information on NAPA’s solution for recording and managing ship data. NAPA Logbook brochure

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Download NAPA Safety Solutions brochure

Download the NAPA Safety Solutions brochure for more information on NAPA’s integrated decision support for increased stability and safety. NAPA Safety Solution brochure

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NAPA brings digital logbooks within reach of more ships

Helsinki, Finland – 28 August 2018 NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider today announced that its industry-benchmark electronic logbook, NAPA Logbook, is now available as a monthly service solution. This reduced barrier to entry will bring the connectivity and job automation benefits of digital logbooks to more of the maritime market. NAPA […]

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Augmented Reality, data sharing and instant communication – takeaways from Seatrade Cruise Global 2018

by Esa Henttinen, NAPA Safety Solutions Year-on-year human error is consistently one of the biggest causes of maritime accidents. Sometimes it’s inadequate watch keeping, others poor ship handling. But the results are usually the same: avoidable costs, lost productivity, and in the worse cases, personal injury. During my time at Seatrade Cruise Global in Fort […]

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Ship logbook – one component in maritime big data

by Jussi Siltanen, NAPA Safety Solutions Despite the onset of digitalisation, one of the technologies at the heart of shipping has changed little for centuries – with the human factor still playing a major role that of the ship’s logbooks. With paper logbooks, operational recording work is done manually and data is stored for a […]

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NAPA:n sähköisen laivapäiväkirjan käyttö sai hyväksynnän Suomessa

Helsinki, 12.10.2017 11:35 Liikenteen turvallisuusvirasto Trafi on hyväksynyt merenkulun ohjelmisto- ja palvelutalo NAPA:n sähköisen laivapäiväkirjan, NAPA Logbookin, käytön sähköisenä laivapäiväkirjana Suomen lipun alla olevilla aluksilla. Suomen merilakiin tehty muutos mahdollistaa laivapäiväkirjan käytön sähköisessä muodossa ja varustamot voivat ottaa sen käyttöön ilman erillisiä lupamenettelyjä. NAPA on maailman johtava sähköisten laivapäiväkirjojen tarjoaja. NAPA Logbook on ollut käytössä […]

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NAPA’s electronic logbook approved on board Finnish-flagged vessels

Helsinki, Finland – October 12, 2017  The Finnish Transport Safety Agency has approved the use of NAPA’s electronic logbook, NAPA Logbook, aboard Finnish-flagged vessels. NAPA Logbook meets the requirements set out in the Finnish Maritime Code, the Agency’s Regulation on Ships’ Log Books, and the requirements set out in SOLAS/V regulation 28 and IMO Resolution […]

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